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implementing elps in lombardy and italy

Project C 5 IMPEL

ELP implementation support

Soutien à la mise en oeuvre du PEL

Implementing ELPs in Lombardy and Italy

Gisella Langé - IMPEL Workshop

Graz, March 29, 2007

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How many

validated ELPs in Italy?

…10 and

more …

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validated italian elps cfr portfolios www coe int portfolio
Validated Italian ELPs(cfr. PORTFOLIOS www.coe.int/portfolio)

1.25.2002 - Italy (Umbria) - Model for learners in lower secondary education. Il Modello dell’Umbria. Fascia di età 9 – 15.

2.26.2002 (Piedmont) - Model for learners in primary education. Modello del Piemonte. Fascia di età 8 – 11.

3.30.2002 - Italy (Lombardia) – Model for learners in lower secondary education.

Il modello della Lombardia. Fascia di età 11 – 15.

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4.40.2003 – Italy - Model for learners in higher education. Il modello della Calabria per le Università.5.48.2003 – Italian: 48.2003-IT - Model for learners in vocational sectors developed by Sofia University with partners in 5 European countries. Il Modello dell’Università di Sofia per l’istruzione tecnico- professionale in cinque lingue. Versione italiana. Fascia di età oltre i 15 anni.6.49. 2003 (8 – 2001 – IT) Model for learners in primary schools. IlModello CILT (Centre for Information on Language Teaching) in inglese tradotto in italiano.

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7. 54.2003 – Italy Turin - Model for young learners and adults. Il Modello di Torino. Fascia di età oltre i 15 anni.8. 64. 2004 - Italy - Puglia - Model for learners aged 14-20.

Il Modello della Puglia. Fascia di età 14 - 20.

9. 65.2004 – Italy – Bolzano – Il modello per la scuola primaria. Fascia di età 9 – 11.

10. 69.2004 – Italy – Bolzano – Il modello per la scuola primaria. Fascia di età 11 – 14.

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TOP DOWN

BOTTOM UP

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IMPEL Glossary

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A glossary of ELP implementation terminology

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‘Bottom-up’ See IMPEL Glossary

A familiar term referring to both learning and management styles. Where it applies to learning, it denotes an exploration and discovery approach in which the learner arrives autonomously at knowledge and understanding and then interacts with the teacher to confirm and consolidate these. It can also denote an implementation process in which teachers are the driving force in innovation, rather than inspectors or advisers. (cf. ‘top down’ q.v.)

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‘Top-down’

See IMPEL Glossary

A familiar term referring to both learning and management styles. In learning, it denotes a teacher-led approach in which all knowledge is passed down to pupils who have a somewhat passive role in the process. In a management context it can describe the imposition of, e.g., innovation, by advisers and inspectors rather than its evolution in the classroom. (cf. ‘bottom-up’ q.v.)

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Population:

9.065.440

Area:

23.859 kmq.

Lombardy ELP Project

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Two Portfolios in Lombardy:

1. 48.2003 – Italian: 48.2003-IT - Model for learners in

vocational sectors developed by Sofia University

with partners in 5 European countries.

2. 30.2002 - Italy (Lombardia)

Model for learners in lower secondary education.

School age 11 –15.

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Ministero dell’ Istruzione, dell’ Università e della Ricerca

Ufficio Scolastico Regionale per la Lombardia

Progetto Lingue Lombardia

Steps for Lombardy ELP 11- 15:

the working group

the pilot version

the model

implementation

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key words simplicity illustrations user friendly bridge among different school levels
Key words

… simplicity

… illustrations

… user friendly

… “bridge” among different school levels...

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Il modello della

Lombardia:

Studenti di

11 –15 anni

  • Last year of
  • primary school
  • Lower secondary
  • school
  • First year of upper
  • secondary school
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Validation n. 30/2002

RCS – Rizzoli

Corriere della

Sera

Ministero dell’ Istruzione, dell’ Università e della Ricerca

Ufficio Scolastico Regionale per la Lombardia

Progetto Lingue Lombardia

Oxford

University

Press

La Nuova Italia

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Phase 1 (1999/2000):PLANNING

  • studying other countries’ experiences
  • Phase 2 (2000/01): PRODUCTION
  • producing materials
  • Phase 3 (2001/02): PILOTING
  • experimenting in schools
  • Phase 3 (2002/03): DISSEMINATION
  • publishing & distributing validated ELP
  • Phase 4 (2003/4): IMPLEMENTATION
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implementation strategies
Implementation strategies
  • school networks: regional and interregional
  • definition of the ELP in the school curriculum
  • ELP within an \'assessment system\'
  • (also CEFR and Certifications)
  • ALL ELPs to be favoured (Italian and non Italian)
  • examples of good practice
  • focus on teacher trainers
  • website as a tool for communication
  • cooperation with publishers

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School year 2002 – 03: Implementation +

Training Trainers &

Teachers +

Monitoring

School year 2003 – 04: Consolidation +

Training Trainers &

Teachers on web-

based learning platform

+ Monitoring

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Big numbers in 2002 - 03

7.500 Lombardy ELPs freely distributed

in Lombardy

+ Piedmont and Sicily

+ 7.500 sold in different regions

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Lombardy ELPs freely distributed in 2002/03

Sicilia

8

9

9

252

Lombardia

Schools: 206

Classes: 211

Teachers: 318

Students: 4737

Piemonte

11

25

25

589

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Professional Development Courses

in 2002/03

Training 28 trainers

Providing 17 face-to-face Teacher Training courses

Offering 15 hours’ courses

Involving 425 teachers

Organizing an online FORUM

Web-based monitoring

+ Seminars + Conference (more than 500 participants)

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www.crtvolta.it/forum/login.htm

2002/03 Forum : 104 teachers

Topics in the forum:

1. Come imparo ( How I learn) 2. Che cosa so fare (What I can do) 3. Dossier

4. Passaporto 5. Problemi vari (different problems)

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Challenges

  • How to keep track of students???
  • How to offer training to new teachers???
  • How to support teachers of year 1???

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Considerations

  • impossible to keep track of 10,000 or more students
  • need to focus on trainers and teachers: offer of 2nd level face-to-face courses for 150 teachers
  • solution: cooperation with Publishing House for training courses on web-based learning platform

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New

PELonline teacher training course

With Garamond Publishing House

(RCS Education)

Beginning March 10, 2004

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www.garamond.it

  • Thanks to this new partnership
  • We have…
  • shared knowledge
  • built up partnerships in other regions
  • organized a virtual learning community
  • … snow ball effect…

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Thanks to the European Language Portfòlio experience

it has been possible to develop a new collaboration with the

POLICY DIVISION of the COUNCIL OF EUROPE

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2004 2006

Ministero della Pubblica Istruzione

Ufficio Scolastico Regionaleper la Lombardia

Direzione Generale per gli Affari Internazionali

Università agli Studi di Milano

Language Education

Policy Profile

2004 - 2006

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Parents

Journalists

Publishers

Politicians

Administrators

Language Education Policy Profile

University Professors

Inspectors

Headmasters

Teachers

Trainers

Cultural Agencies

Associations

Trade Unions

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ISSUES for ELP implementation

  • Organisation
  • Financing
  • Development of learning activities
  • Role of publishers
  • ELP in an \'assessment system\' (also
  • CEFR and examination programmes)

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Increasing success = increasing use

  • = increasing costs
  • Who pays what: government, publishers, schools, students, parents?

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Key words

… complexity

… strategies & priorities

… partnerships

… “connections” among regions...

… impact

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Which choices at a national level ?

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The Italian choice…

Political / Ministerial guidance

ELP Support Group

Ministry of Education General Directorate of International Relations

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information

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ELP Support Group at the

  • General Directorate
  • of International Relations,
  • Ministry of Education…
  • national surveys since 2005
  • based on Rolf Schaerer tool
  • dissemination and information
  • materials
  • international cooperation

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Ministero dell’Istruzione, dell’Università e della Ricerca

DIPARTIMENTO PER L’ISTRUZIONE

Direzione Generale per gli Affari Internazionali

MATERIALS PRODUCED

  • Leaflet
  • Brochure n. 1 on ELP

“Il Portfolio Europeo delle Lingue:

informazioni di base.”

  • Brochure n. 2 on ELP

“Il Portfolio Europeo delle Lingue in Europa e in Italia. Dati e storie a confronto”

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Leaflet

Italian version of the French and English CoE leaflets

CW, Gorizia 03.10.05

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Brochure n. 1

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Template for Italian ELPs

  • The three parts
  • B. Languages used
  • C. Teachers’ Guide
  • D. Graphic Design
  • E. Website for reference

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Brochure n. 2

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Downloadable at: http://www.pubblica.istruzione.it/argomenti/portfolio/opuscolo_1_05.pdf http://www.pubblica.istruzione.it/argomenti/portfolio/opuscolo_2_05.pdf

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Crucial issues

  • Preventing ELP proliferation :
  • the new tool should not conflict with
  • existing national ELP development and
  • implementation policies and approaches
  • Preventing competition with existing
  • national/regional ELPs: the new tool should not
  • be perceived as something taking the place of
  • ELPs but as something to enhance their value
  • and link ELP-using crossborder communities.

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International

cooperation

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an international project
An internationalproject:
  • Austria
  • Italy
  • Slovenia

First idea: common construction of a trilateral ELP

to be validated by the Council of Europe

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Cromo project

Students

Italian

ELP

Intercultural

Crossborder

Module

Supplement for ELPs 15+

Slovenian ELP

Teacher Training Teacher Education

Intercultural Issues/ Competences

Austrian ELP

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Final product

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If you get the inspiration to increase implementation …

La diffusion marche avec la séduction …

Dies ist ein neuer Weg in die Welt der Sprachen …

Un nuevo camino para abrirnos al vasto campo del la lengua…

Una via verso il mondo delle lingue …

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